The Huntington News

Behrakis is open for business

September 24, 2002

The College of Health Sciences has a new home - Behrakis Health Sciences Center, a $37 million state-of-the-art facility. Besides the aesthetic appeal of the building, which includes two three-story atriums and a glass enclosed granite staircase, Behrakis offers up-to-date resources to the health science...

Minute…MASHED

September 24, 2002

BROOKLINE - It took two coaches, 16 games, and almost 19 years, but they finally did it. Northeastern's defense allowed a paltry 26 yards on the ground and returned two Jeff Krohn interceptions for touchdowns in the third quarter in a 42-17 defrocking of Bay State nemesis UMASS Amherst (2-1, 0-1 Atlantic...

Washing Machines Harboring Microbes

September 24, 2002

Studies of common domestic areas have proven them to be veritable strongholds for bacterial growth and contamination. Noted microbiologist Charles Gerba, Ph.D. (University of Arizona) has found that even on appliances designed for cleansing, the residual presence of bacteria can be detected at particularly...

High caliber freshman class hits campus

September 24, 2002

As the leaves on the trees start to change in color, there is a buzz in the air on campus; the freshman class has arrived. Along with the buzz a phrase has been coined, they are "Freeland's class." When President Richard Freeland made his State of the University Address in the fall of 2000, he proposed...

The brawl with the bulge

September 24, 2002

By Brad Rosenburg No one wants to have a a jiggly belly. I mean sure, Buddha-gut can be rather amusing when a portly fellow pushes his flab together to simulate a talking belly button, but besides that, fat is generally frowned upon by the American population. Unfortunately, there are times in which...

Professors publish their work in campus exhibit

September 24, 2002

By Steve Babcock Over the past year, Professors Jack Levin, Belle Adler and Kim Lewis have not only taught at Northeastern University, but they've also accomplished work outside of the classroom in order to further studies in each of their respective fields. Professor Jack Levin, the Director of...

O’Brien named new AD

September 24, 2002

Just over two months ago, Northeastern athletics was forced into a crossroads when former Director of Athletics Ian McCaw packed his bags and headed to UMass Amherst to become their new AD. After a little more than a month of searching, the NU athletics department decided on Temple University Director...

Out with the new, in with the old

September 24, 2002

With changing seasons comes variations in fashion and this season is no different. Part of the excitement of returning to campus is the opportunity to show off the new fall fashions. There are a lot of styles resurfacing this year. The millennium seems to be a modernized throwback period. We have...

Off the Blue Line

September 24, 2002

By Alyson J. St. Amand and Stephanie Vosk Looking for a little culture combined with some fun? Well, Boston has plenty of both. It is essential part of living in Boston to know how many places are only a train ride away. In this first addition of the new "Subway Series", insight is provided into some...

…and the Emmy goes to

September 24, 2002

By Briyah A. Paley The Emmy Awards ceremony this year was far more upbeat than last year's awards, which followed the events of September 11th. The show, on NBC, was hosted by Conan O'Brien and telecast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Pasadena, California. The 54th annual awards ceremony culminated...